When is Black Friday?
Black Friday - with a large variety of betting offers, free bets and enhanced odds offers - is a day which has become a favourite for punters. There are some fantastic Black Friday offers this year, which takes place on 29th November 2019. It is a day that the UK has adopted from the US where there are fantastic deals across all industries.
What are the best free bets for Black Friday?
There are a host of offers on Oddschecker for Black Friday 2019 (November 29), giving punters that extra bit of value when betting on football, horse racing, boxing, golf and tennis.
Table of New Free Bet Welcome Offers:
||Bet £10 Get £30
||35/1 Man City to beat Newcastle - Paid in cash
||Bet £10 Get £30
||Bet £10 Get £30 + £ casino
||Bet £10 Get £20
What are the best Black Friday betting offers for existing customers?
Free bets and welcome offers are usually for new customers only and they are only available for people registering with a bookmaker for the first time. Despite of this we see an increasing number of bonus offers for existing customers. Bookies are getting better at rewarding loyal punters and many of them have loyalty programs, betting clubs or promo deals for existing players.
This is giving you the chance to use free bets every specific time period or every time you deposit a minimum amount. For example, some bookmakers offer you free bets if you place your bets on the recommended accumulator or if you follow the recommendation of a famous tipster. Interestingly, 40% of UK bets are lower than £2 according to this study from the Gambling Commission.
Black Friday Free Bet Calculator
What better way to start your money-saving day than with Oddschecker's Black Friday Free Bet Calculator, which can accurately predict the best free bet for you, the customer.
You can calculate the potential earnings from any type of bet or check the results of bets that have been already placed with our bet calculator. You just need to fill the following information:
1. Stake: the money wagered in the game
2. Bet type (fractional or decimal)
3. Indicate if there is any special term